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Young people who have engaged in negative coping behaviors Australia 2018

Young people who have engaged in negative coping behaviors as a means of creating confidence in Australia as of April 2018

by L. Granwal, last edited Jan 7, 2019
Young people who have engaged in negative coping behaviors Australia 2018 This statistic depicts the results of a survey about young people who have engaged in negative coping behaviors as a means of creating confidence in Australia as of April 2018. During the survey period, 31 percent of respondents stated that they had consumed alcohol to feel more confident. By comparison, 24 percent said they had engaged in sexual behavior and 20 percent said they had self-harmed to feel more confident. Additionally, 40 percent of these respondents acknowledged that these behaviors made them feel better initially, however there was an adverse effect overall.
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Young people who have engaged in negative coping behaviors as a means of creating confidence in Australia as of April 2018

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by L. Granwal, last edited Jan 7, 2019
This statistic depicts the results of a survey about young people who have engaged in negative coping behaviors as a means of creating confidence in Australia as of April 2018. During the survey period, 31 percent of respondents stated that they had consumed alcohol to feel more confident. By comparison, 24 percent said they had engaged in sexual behavior and 20 percent said they had self-harmed to feel more confident. Additionally, 40 percent of these respondents acknowledged that these behaviors made them feel better initially, however there was an adverse effect overall.
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